Clarinet at FRSPA

The clarinet is a family of woodwind instruments.

The clarinet body is made up of a single-reed mouthpiece, barrel, upper joint, pads, keys, ring key, rod, lower joint, and bell.

Making a sound with the clarinet is easier than making a sound with many other wind instruments.

Blowing through the reed makes the reed vibrate, and therefore makes the noise. The body of the clarinet is a cylindrical tube with holes. The holes are covered by the fingers to make musical
notes. There are also buttons pressed by the fingers which allow pads over holes to open or close so all notes of the chromatic scale can be played. The buttons are usually played with the “pinkie”

If you want to take your wind instrument skills to the next level, private lessons are the perfect way!

We offer adapted lessons for those with physical or mental disabilities!